Global Total as of 10th Jan 2015 (units): 0.80m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Developer: Ninja Theory Genre: Action

USA First Ten Weeks (Units)

Week EndingWeekWeeklyChangeTotal
19th January 2013192,770N/A92,770
26th January 2013216,363-82.4%109,133
02nd February 201338,145-50.2%117,278
09th February 201345,406-33.6%122,684
16th February 201352,947-45.5%125,631
23rd February 201361,602-45.6%127,233
02nd March 201371,333-16.8%128,566
09th March 201381,317-1.2%129,883
16th March 201391,152-12.5%131,035
23rd March 2013101,102-4.3%132,137

USA Annual Summary (Units)


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Goodnightmoon (on 22 January 2015)
The gameplay on this game is AWESOME.
A203D (on 07 October 2014)
Type this into Youtube and watch it:
Devil May Cry 4 - Yoshikawa interview
ShroudedDarkness (on 24 August 2014)
After going through the comments, Ignore
my question: Let's not go down that
road again.
ShroudedDarkness (on 23 August 2014)

Quite the claim you have
there. You have a link where Capcom
admitted that?
A203D (on 25 June 2014)
@PyroBlade. Unfortunately there would be
NO REAL DMC5, because DMC4 was not Devil
May Cry, and it was actually insulting
to the original fans. Capcom have
admitted that DMC4 was an imitation of
Hollywood movies. Hence why the gameplay
was slow and clunky, and Dante, Trish
and Lady were butchered from their
original characterizations.

While I
appreciate DMC4 was your first Devil May
Cry, it is not Devil May Cry at all.
Which is why DmC has not performed well
on the Xbox console, where DMC4 killed
the series, and where DMC4 has killed
the sales of the DMC HD collection. You
got a problem with DmC's superior fluid
gameplay and manual lock-on then you are
no true DMC fan. NO DMC fan would prefer
DMC4's terrible gameplay to continue
over DmC's, nor would they want DMC4 to
continue at all, because the game is not
Devil May Cry, its a Hollywood imitation
and Capcom admitted it.
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